Named for the Cle Elum River at the site of a Northern Pacific Railway station, this small town quickly became a popular location for mining.
Now better known for its trails and hiking than mining, Cle Elum is an excellent vacation destination. If you happen to be in the Pacific Northwest, make sure to book a room with us at Suncadia Resort.
Wenatchee National Forest
Boardering Suncadia Resort, the Wenatchee National Forest offers extensive trails for hiking and mountain biking. Located on the dry side of the Cascades with over 300 days of sunshine a year, Suncadia is perfectly situated with easy access to all of your favorite outdoor activies.
Three Peaks Outfitters offers guided horseback riding and overnight trips in to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Explore the scenic mountain beauty by horse with friends and family.
Teanaway Community Forest
Built with conservation and sustainability in mind, Teanaway Community Forest is Washington’s first state-owned community forest. With 50,241 acres of land and special laws set up to protect it, people should be able to enjoy this forest and its wildlife for many years to come.
Yakima River Fly Fishing
For the passionate anglers, Cle Elum offers several tributaries with quality trout fishing among the clear Blue Ribbon water of the Yakima River. Whether opting to wade or take a guided floating trip, the Yakima River promises exciting options for all levels of experience.
On The River
Suncadia Resort also offers an On The River experience, perfect for the summer season. Enjoy spectacular views as you float down the river with a private guide and gourmet lunch.
Thanks to Cle Elum’s humidity, it can feel a little chilly all year around. If you’re looking for warmer weather, stick to July, August, and September.
WHAT TO PACK
Make sure to bring a jacket so that you don’t get cold — you’ll definitely want it come spring.
It’s time to map out your summer adventure. For a limited time, save up to 20% when you stay two or more nights. Offer ends August 31, 2019.View Offers